In today's episode of the Lunduke Hour, I get the chance to sit down and chat with the one and only Richard Stallman. Founder of the Free Software Foundation. We talk about everything from the W3C's stance on DRM to opinions on the movie "Galaxy Quest".
January 12, 2019 Subject:
10/10 great interview
1% of the people said the video is broken, however for me (Firefox on Linux) it worked amazingly
July 12, 2018 Subject:
Sorry if I'm being ignorant but I want to understand Richard's idea of free software better, so i have a question. I would be thankful if someone answered it.
How do you monetize free software? I mean those of us who do it for a living, suppose someone comes up with a nice idea for a software, how does one earn money if he has to give the rights to copy and redistribute? So does it mean we have to abandon the idea of commercializing the software completely?
July 8, 2018 Subject:
Tipical Linux user experience - File Locked
after almost half a year from the first comment, we get here to support Stallman and the Archive foundation instead of using youtube but the video is still not playable, files are still looked and so on.
That's not the way to aggregate people and consensus. And I'm not a newbie or a linux hater, but someone passing by randomly interested in opensource.
(writing from my linux powered laptop)
May 8, 2018 Subject:
You suck Bryan Lunduke.
Richard Stallman, the only man who dedicate his life in freedom and to wacth him we have to give our data to a site with sign in.
April 13, 2018 Subject:
Why are they Locked?
Sorry I was wondering what should I do to whatch the podcast as you said, cause the files are locked and can't be downloaded and Archive doesn't let me watch them.